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★ Cinema of Estonia

Cinema in Estonia is the film industry of the Republic of Estonia. Films have won international awards and each year new Estonian films at film festivals around the world.

                                     

1. 1896 - 1911

The first "moving pictures" were shown in Tallinn in 1896. The first cinema was opened in 1908. The first film was made in 1908 with the production of a newsreel about the visit of Swedish king Gustav V in Tallinn.

                                     

2. 1912 - 1918

The first Estonian film was created by Johannes Paasuke in 1912, this was followed by a short film Karujaht Parnumaal the bear hunting in pärnu County in 1914. The first movie Studio in Estonia film Tartus Tartu Studio of Estonia film was created by Johannes Paasuke 1892-1918. Paasuke produced documentaries, short films and pictures of Estonian nature for the Estonian national Museum. Karujaht Parnumaal bear-hunt in pärnu County, 1914 was the first feature short film in Estonia. In total, eight movies based on J. Paasuke preserved and stored in the archives of Estonian cinema.

                                     

3. 1918 - 1940

First feature film was made in 1924 Shadow of the past directed by Konstantin Marska and made his K. Marska Filmiproduktsioon K. Marska of filmmaking. Two feature film Marska survived: pruudid Vigased 1929 and jüri Rumm 1929. Theodor Lutsu Filmiproduktsioon film Theodor Luts Studio was created by Theodore Lutz and his wife Aksella Lutsky, who produced documentaries and feature films. His young teachers to school young eagles kotkad 1927, is generally regarded as the cornerstone of Estonian cinema. Lutsky is also responsible for the leadership of the Estonian sound before the Soviet era, the Estonian-Finnish joint production Paikese expired in 1932. Lutz moved to Finland to work as the operator immediately after the end of the movie, and never returned to Estonia. Smaller production studios in Estonia included the film Siirius and K. Kalamees of Tartu.

Major film production company after the great Depression in Estonia in the 1930-ies was a state subsidy of Estonian film culture in Estonia: the Estonian Kultuurfilm, which are produced mostly documentaries. At the end of the 1930-ies, the Academy award nominated miliza korjus best known for his role in "the Great waltz", 1938, the daughter of an Estonian Lieutenant Colonel in the tsarist army and later chief of staff of the war Minister of Estonia, had a successful career in Hollywood film industry

The first Estonian animated short film administration-JUKU seiklusi was made in 1931.



                                     

4. 1940 - 1953

In the first year of Soviet occupation 1940-1941, Eesti Kultuurfilm was taken over by the Communist party and renamed Kinokroonika Eesti Stuudio, Estonian newsreel Studio. During the first decades of Soviet power as Estonia joined the USSR in 1944, after the end of world war II, filmmakers in Estonia were mainly coming from the inner of the Soviet Union, whose job was to create propaganda films that depicted the victory of socialism in the form of newsreels and documentaries.

Former Eesti Kultuurfilm was called Kinokroonika Stuudio Tallinn newsreel Studio in 1942 during the German occupation in World War II and Tallinna Kinostuudio the Tallinn film Studio in 1947, still under the Soviets.

In the era two feature films on Soviet themes were produced in Estonia directed by Gerbert Rappaport, an Austrian émigré in Soviet Union: ELU tsitadellis life in the Citadel in 1947, valgus Koordis light in koordi municipality in 1951 It was the first color movie film made in Estonia.

                                     

5. 1953 - 1991

After the death of Stalin in 1953 a more liberal period in Soviet Unions cultural policy. Filmmakers started to enjoy greater artistic control at the same time, the State Committee of the Council of Ministers of the USSR for cinematography, Goskino in Moscow provided the money, state censorship body Glavlit and culture Department of the Central Committee of the Communist party had control over the release of films.

The Tallinn film Studio was renamed Kunstiliste feature ja Kroonikafilmide Kinostuudio Tallinn - and newsreel film Studio in 1954 and in 1963 was renamed again Tallinnfilm

Some of the first films in those days, which were aimed at the Estonian Calle Kiisk were Juunikuu paevad 1957 and Vallatud kurvid also known as turns Opasniye, the first dramatic film shot in Kinopanorama 1959.

In the 1960-ies the story of Prince Gabriel by Estonian writer Eduard Bornhohe was turned into a movie script by Arvo Valton. Grigori Kromanov was named to be the Director of Viimne reliikvia the last Relic, released in 1969 by Tallinnfilm. The movie set the absolute box office record for the entire Soviet Union at the time by selling 44.9 million tickets. It has been successfully extended to the export of Soviet films at the international level in more than 60 countries. The film also influenced Estonian literature: 2 short stories listed for the Friedebert of tuglas award in 1970-75 included references to the last Relic.

Another milestone in Estonian cinema released in 1969 was Arvo Kruusements Spring Kevade based on the popular novel by Oskar Luts.

Successful films in the 1980-ies were "Hukkunud Alpinisti" Hotell in the city of the dead mountaineers hotel Kromanov and movies made by Calle Kiisk such as Brazilian 1983.

The most famous female Director Leida barking, which appeared in the epoch best known for her Kõrboja peremees 1979 and 1985 Naerata ometi receiving at the Berlin international film festival UNICEF award in 1985. Peeter Simms the most famous Soviet film era Ideaalmaastik of the ideal landscape, released in 1980. Peeter Urblas MA pole Turist, MA Elan Siin Im not a tourist, I live here since 1988. Appeared Jan Kolgerg by the end of the Soviet era with films see kadunud tee 1990 lost the path and creditors Võlausaldajad 1992

Among the leading Estonian film actors during the Soviet era were rein about 30 roles, Juri Jarvet and Leonhard Merzin.

                                     

6. Since 1991. (С 1991 года)

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Estonia regained its independence, the cost of filmmaking skyrocketed and the 1990s showed decline in the movies, which reached its bottom in 1996, the year when no fictional films and 2 documentary Lipule. guusile. valvel! and Turvalisuse illusioon were made in Estonia.

In 1997, the Estonian film Foundation was established by the Estonian Ministry of culture. Production mine Leninid all my Lenins 1997 parody of Soviet revolution, hardy Volmer marked a change for Estonian feature films. In 1998 there were two produced feature films. Georgie boy directed by Sulev Keedus won the FIPRESCI prize at the Stockholm film festival in 1998 and a special Prix of Europe Grand Prix of Europe in 1999.

Since then, the trend has been towards joint film productions such as Peeter Simms, head kaed good hands 2001 joint Estonian-Latvian project, which in 2002 won the Manfred Salzgeber award at the Berlin international film festival and the Golden olive tree Lecce Festival of European cinema in Italy. Kõrini tired 2005 Estonian-German co-production. Arvo IHO court with Cara HART bear 2001 nominated for Golden St. George at Moscow international film festival and the prize of the European film Academy, European film award, was a co-production between Estonia, Germany, Russia and the Czech Republic.

The most commercially successful Estonian film in 2002 was Nimed marmortahvlil 2002 names in marble Elmo Nuganen and in 2003 a Comedy by Rando Pettai Vanad ja kobedad saavad jalad Alla Made in Estonia, in Estonia topped the international blockbuster the Lord of the rings: the Two towers with its cash results.

In 2004, two young Directors emerged Jaak Kilmi and Rene Reinumagi with their Sigade revolutsioon revolution of pigs, which won the special jury prize and was nominated for Golden St. George at Moscow international film festival and the Grand Prix Asturias, gijón international film festival.

In 2007 were made in Estonia, about 10 feature films. Most notable, perhaps, Sugisball 2007 by Veiko Õunpuu receiving the best Director award at the film festival the Thessaloniki international film festival in Bratislava and Venice horizons award of the 64th International film festival in Venice. Georg 2007, Peeter SIMM is a movie about the life of legendary Estonian singer Georg OTS.

The latter was awarded the film Veiko Õunpuus the Temptation of St. Tony 2009. In 2011, Estonia made eight full-length films, which included one animated film.



                                     

7. TOP 10. (ТОП 10)

The Estonian feature films top ten poll in 2002 by Estonian film critics and journalists

  • Georgie Boy 1998 Directed By Sulev Keedus.
  • "Hukkunud Alpinisti" Hotell in 1979 Director Grigori Kromanov.
  • Hullumeelsus 1968 directed Kiisk Calle.
  • Naerata ometi 1985 Director Leida Laius, Arvo IHO.
  • Kevade 1969, Director Arvo Kruusement.
  • Põrgupõhja in Uus Vanapagan 1964 directed by Grigori Kromanov, jüri Moura.
  • Brazilian 1993 Director Kiisk Calle.
  • Ideaalmaastik 1980 Director Peeter SIMM.
  • Tuulte Pesa 1979 Directed By Olav Neuland.
  • Viimne reliikvia 1969 directed by Grigori Kromanov.
                                     
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